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The average life span of a mattress is around 10 years, so choosing a mattress is a worthwhile investment in time and money. Most people only sleep on five different mattresses throughout their lifetime but spend over one third of their life in bed, so...
When you think of classic bathrooms from times gone by you probably visualise a beautiful free standing bath that takes pride of place, perhaps in the centre of the room.
Focussing on hard-floors: vinyl, laminate and thrifty reclaimed materials.
Real wood, natural stone and tiles are strong options for a hard-wearing flooring. Find out more here.
Around one third of your life is spent in bed. With that in mind, don’t you think it’s worth getting a mattress that makes bedtime as comfortable as possible?
Choosing a new bed is a big decision. It isn’t just about the latest fashion trends - choosing what you are going to sleep on means taking into account many key factors, including comfort, pressure relief, size, base style, storage, as well as cost.
A bed is the centrepiece of your room and as the focal point it is reflective of your personal style and tastes. Discovering your perfect bed can be a challenge – starting with choosing the right frame.
The office is the area of the home where it is perhaps most difficult to incorporate style and sophistication. In a space that is designated for work, function and practicality demands prevalence and as a result, home offices and studies can often be...
As one of the hottest interior design trends of the decades between 1839 and 1901, Victorian tiles are characterised by their geometric patterns, intricate detailing and adoption of natural-inspired motifs, such as flowers, leaves and vines.
Finding an office chair that is both comfortable and good for your back takes a little research. If you’ve recently renovated your home office, and are planning to spend a lot of time sat down, it’s essential that you pick the right seat.